Friday, June 29, 2018

Cameroon - Anglophone Crisis: The Government Is Now Ready For Negotiation, Says Issa Tchiroma Bakary

Issa Tchiroma Bakary, the minister of communication while speaking weeks ago on the airwaves RFI hinted that the time of a mediation in the crisis that weakens for over a year in the English-speaking regions of Cameroon has finally come.

National and international opinion suggest  inclusive dialogue the Cameronian government give it a deaf ear to systematically refusing any negotiations.

"The prime minister of the government has received firm instructions to meet all strata of society. But if by chance the missionaries of the Catholic Church have something to propose to the Head of State, that they address the Head of State, is open to dialogue. There is no problem. Anyone who is able to provide a solution that will allow us to extract ourselves from this quagmire is welcome. Any solution, wherever it comes from, Muslims, Catholics, Protestants, animists, atheists, civil society. Any proposal that comes from men and women of good will, which puts forward the Constitution and the laws of the Republic, such proposals will always be welcome, "said Minister Issa Tchiroma.

After weeks of revelation by Isaa Tchiroma of government plan for dialogue, Paul Biya comes up the idea of " Anglophone Emergency Plan" to reach out to all Anglophone refugees in Nigeria camps and reconstruct all government facilities damaged during the ongoing crisis in the English-speaking regions of Cameroon.

The government funds raising have gone so far, Millions of FCFA has been contributed, Elites from some regions also donates, Littoral announces plan to also donate to the affected regions.